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The National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur , is an Institute of National Importance located at Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India. Established as a Regional Institute of Technology in 1960, it was upgraded to National Institute of Technology on 27 December 2002 with the status of a Deemed University. It is one of the 30 NITs in India, and as such is directly under the control of the Ministry of Human Resource Development . It is the third in the chain of 8 NITs established as a part of the Second Five Year Plan by the Government of India. Wikipedia.


The paper deals with second law thermodynamic analysis of a basic gas turbine based gas-steam combined cycle. The article investigates the effect of variation of cycle parameters on rational efficiency and component-wise non-dimensionalised exergy destruction of the plant. Component-wise inefficiencies of the combined cycle have been quantified with the objective to pin-point the major sources of exergy destruction. The parameter that affects cycle performance most is the TIT (turbine inlet temperature). TIT should be kept on the higher side, because at lower values, the exergy destruction is higher. The summation of total exergy destruction of all components in percentage terms is lower (44.88%) at TIT of 1800 K & rp,c = 23, as compared to that at TIT = 1700 K. The sum total of rational efficiency of gas turbine and steam turbine is found to be higher (54.91%) at TIT = 1800 K & rp,c = 23, as compared to that at TIT = 1700 K. Compressor pressure ratio also affects the exergy performance. The sum total of exergy destruction of all components of the combined cycle plant is lower (44.17%) at higher value of compressor pressure ratio (23)& TIT = 1700 K, as compared to that at compressor pressure ratio (16). Also exergy destruction is minimized with the adoption of multi-pressure-reheat steam generator configuration. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd.


Kumar S.,National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur
Alexandria Engineering Journal | Year: 2013

The aim of this article is to introduce a new approximate method, namely homotopy perturbation transform method (HPTM) which is a combination of homotopy perturbation method (HPM) and Laplace transform method (LTM) to provide an analytical approximate solution to time-fractional Cauchy-reaction diffusion equation. Reaction diffusion equation is widely used as models for spatial effects in ecology, biology and engineering sciences. A good agreement between the obtained solution and some well-known results has been demonstrated. The numerical solutions obtained by proposed method indicate that the approach is easy to implement and accurate. Some numerical illustrations are given. These results reveal that the proposed method is very effective and simple to perform for engineering sciences problems. © 2013 Production and hosting by Elsevier B.V.


Mohapatra A.K.,Nalanda Institute of Technology | Sanjay,National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur
Energy | Year: 2014

The article is focused on the comparison of impact of two different methods of inlet air cooling (vapor compression and vapor absorption cooling) integrated to a cooled gas turbine based combined cycle plant. Air-film cooling has been adopted as the cooling technique for gas turbine blades. A parametric study of the effect of compressor pressure ratio, compressor inlet temperature (Ti,C), turbine inlet temperature (Ti,T), ambient relative humidity and ambient temperature on performance parameters of plant has been carried out. Optimum Ti,T corresponding to maximum plant efficiency of combined cycle increases by 100°C due to the integration of inlet air cooling. It has been observed that vapor compression cooling improves the efficiency of gas turbine cycle by 4.88% and work output by 14.77%. In case of vapor absorption cooling an improvement of 17.2% in gas cycle work output and 9.47% in gas cycle efficiency has been observed. For combined cycle configuration, however, vapor compression cooling should be preferred over absorption cooling in terms of higher plant performance. The optimum value of compressor inlet temperature has been observed to be 20°C for the chosen set of conditions for both the inlet air cooling schemes. © 2014 Elsevier Ltd.


Sanjay,National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur
International Journal of Energy Research | Year: 2013

The paper deals with thermodynamic analysis of cooled gas turbine-based gas-steam combined cycle with single, dual, or triple pressure bottoming cycle configuration. The cooled gas turbine analyzed here uses air as blade coolant. Component-wise non-dimensionalized exergy destruction of the bottoming cycle has been quantified with the objective to identify the major sources of exergy destruction. The mass of steam generated in different configurations of heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) depends upon the number of steam pressure drums, desired pressure level, and steam temperature. For the selected set of operating parameters, maximum steam has been observed to be generated in the case of triple pressure HRSG=19kg/kg and minimum in single pressure HRSG=17.25kg/kg. Plant-efficiency and plant-specific works are both highest for triple-pressure bottoming cycle combined cycle. Non-dimensionalized exergy destruction in HRSG is least at 0.9% for B3P, whereas 1.23% for B2P, and highest at 3.2% for B1P illustrating that process irreversibility is least in the case of B3P and highest in B1P. Copyright © 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Component-wise exergy destruction in heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) is lowest for B3P (0.9%) followed by B2P (1.23%) and B1P (3.2%) as a result of reduction of irreversibility associated with heat transfer in HRSG due to increase in number of pinch points with increase in number of HRSG pressure levels that leads to the decrease in temperature of heat transfer. © 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.


Prasad B.N.,National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur
Solar Energy | Year: 2013

Artificially roughened solar air heaters have been analysed (Prasad and Saini, 1988) for fully developed turbulent flow and found to perform better both quantitatively and qualitatively compared to the smooth ones under the same operating conditions. Optimal thermo-hydraulic performance of such solar air heaters has been analysed (Prasad and Saini, 1991) and investigated (Prasad and Verma, 2000) for the maximum heat transfer and minimum pressure drop.This paper represents the experimental results on heat transfer and thereby thermal performance of artificially roughened solar air heaters for fully developed turbulent flow data collected under actual outdoor conditions. Such solar air heaters have been found to give considerably high value of collector heat removal factor (R), collector efficiency factor (F') and thermal efficiency (ηth) as compared to the corresponding values of those of smooth collectors. In the range of the operating parameters investigated, the ratio of the respective values of the parameters FR, F' and ηth for the roughened collectors to the smooth collectors have been found to be 1.786, 1.806 and 1.842 respectively. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd.

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